03 February 2023

This course aims at utilizing the advancement of digitalization to develop products that are tailored to match specific customer needs. The aim is to practice the ability to build automated design frameworks from the interpretation of customer requirements, through design and manufacturing using numerical controlled machines (e.g. 3D-printing or CNC-machines) for testing of physical prototypes. Students apply various techniques in order to develop production automation for both machining and drawings, but also complete robotic offline programming.

We've had great results this year. Have a look at the clips and posters to see the details of each project.




















Research at Design Automation Lab